People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Place: PER (Perthshire) >> Errol

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Name Floruits Related place
Church of Errol 1198 × 1248 Errol
David Hay, lord of Errol (d.1237×41) 1165 × 1237 Errol
David Hay, rector of Errol (son of David) 1237 × 1257 Errol
Gilbert Hay (II), lord of Errol, constable (son of Nicholas) (d.1333) 1274 × 1331 Errol
John Hay, rector of Errol 1305 × 1305 Errol
Malcolm Hay, rector of Errol 1227 × 1241 Errol
Maurice, rector of Errol 1270 × 1283 Errol
Stephen, persona of Errol 1198 × 1198 Errol


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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Gift of Errol (PER) no
unavailable Gift of ploughgate in feu of Errol (PER) no
unavailable Gift of a ploughgate in the feu of Errol no
unavailable Donation of 2 ploughgates in Errol (PER) no
unavailable Donation of 2 ploughgates in Errol (PER) no
1178 X 1182 Gift of Errol (PER) yes Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); David, earl of Huntingdon (d.1219); Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Gilbert or Gilla Brigte, earl of Strathearn (d.1223); Hugh Ridel (I); Hugh, bishop of St Andrews (d.1188); John de Vaux (fl.c.1160-89); Malcolm, earl of Atholl (d.c.1197); Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Ralph de Vere; Richard de Moreville (d.1189 or 1190); Richard de Munfichet (Muschet); Robert Barclay, brother of Walter; Robert Boswell (de Boseville); Robert de Quincy (d.1200x01); Walter Barclay, chamberlain (d.c.1193); Walter Oliphant (I), justice; Waltheof, earl of Dunbar (d.1182)
17 Sept., 1195 X 1196 Succession of Errol (PER) yes Adam, son of Gilbert, son of Richer, lord of Kilbucho; Alan Stewart, son of Walter (d.1204); David de Valognes; Duncan (II), earl of Fife (d.1204); Henry Graham, son of Peter, sheriff; Herbert, marischal; Hugh of Roxburgh, bishop-elect of Glasgow (d.1199); Jocelin, bishop of Glasgow (d.1199); Patrick (I), earl of Dunbar (d.1232); Philip de Valognes, chamberlain (d.1215); Ralph, bishop of Brechin (d.1212×14); Robert de Quincy (d.1200x01); Roger de la Carneille, lord of Guthrie; Thomas of Covington; Thomas Thancard; Walter of St Albans, bishop of Glasgow (d.1232); William de Moreville (d.1196); William Fleming (1190s)
4 Dec. 1214 X 18 Apr. 1241 Gift of a net on the Tay yes Adam of Cameron; Adam Wallace; Andrew, rector of Inchture; Baldwin of Lornie; Malcolm Hay, rector of Errol; Robert Hay, clerk (son of William); Thomas Given, knight; Thomas, clerk of Ardinch
1230 X 18 Apr. 1241 Succession of land which Rugeram held, and an oxgang in 'Lays' (perh. Leetown in Erroll, PER) yes Adam Wallace; Gilbert Hay (I), lord of Errol (d.1263) (son of David); Gillon (PER); John of Fenton, knight; John of Inchyra (son of Duncan); John, chaplain of Robert Hay; Matthew Carnegie ; William Hay (III) (son of David); William, chaplain of David and Gilbert Hay
May 1237 X 19 Mar. 1263 Gift of ploughgate in feu of Errol (PER) yes
May 1237 X 19 Mar. 1263 Renewal of gift of a ploughgate given by William Hay yes David Hay, rector of Errol (son of David); John Cameron, sheriff of Perth; John Kinman, steward, son of Rugeram; Robert Mowat, knight, justiciar, sheriff of Forfar; William Hay (II), lord of Aithmuir (son of William); William Hay (III) (son of David); William, chaplain of David and Gilbert Hay
1270 X 28 Aug. 1296 Confirmation of oxgang in the Carse (PER) yes Arthur, judex (PER); Edmund Hay (of Leys); Maurice, rector of Errol; Nicholas Hay (II), rector of Fossoway (son of Nicholas); Simon de Donerdy; Thomas, abbot of Balmerino (fl.1270×1306); William Layman
1 Aug. 1294 Concession that Nicholas Hay may hold lands in free warren yes Alexander Balliol of Cavers (d.c.1311); John Comyn, earl of Buchan (d.1308); John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (d.1302); John Soulis, knight, guardian (d.a.1310); Patrick Graham, knight (d.1296); Walter Lindsay (VI), son of David of Barnweill
1 Jun. 1298 X 28 Aug. 1309 Gift of lands in tenement of Errol (PER) yes Alexander Abernethy; Henry Man, abbot of Scone (1303-20); Hugh, abbot of Dunfermline (1304-13); John of Inchmartine, son of John of Inchmartine; Matthew of Crambeth, bishop of Dunkeld (d.1309); Thomas Hay, lord of Loquhariot (Borthwick); William of Lamberton, bishop of St Andrews (d.1328)
unavailable Agreement concerning land of Clashbenny (PER) and patronage of church of Errol (PER) no
unavailable Gift of 4 bolls of wheat yearly no